The Spring 2011 issue of Quilting & Embroidery is on newsstands now. It’s packed with fun projects for anyone who enjoys machine embroidery. Here’s a partial peek into what this issue holds.
If you’re looking for whimsy, check out Flower Girls, where a bouquet of blossoms strut their stuff.
Fun QM trivia: this is a revised version of a pattern that appeared in Quiltmaker Jan/Feb ’04 (No. 95) under the name Wedding Medallion.
You can find the Flower Girls embroidery here.
If you were a fan of our Flip Flop series in 2010 issues of Quiltmaker, you’ll be happy to hear that Flip Flop Baskets is now a digitized applique embroidery design which is accomplished in the hoop! Get the Flip Flop Baskets embroidery free for a limited time when you sign up for our email newsletter!
Michele Mishler is back with On the Farm, a soothing country quilt embroidered row by row. Doesn’t the pieced green checkerboard look like farm fields?
For a small scrappy project, how about Treasures from the Sea? Designed and embroidered by QM editor-in-chief June Dudley, it’s beautiful and oh-so-simple to make.